RCP has achieved its second win this awards season with Director, James Goodson being awarded the 2019 Australian Institute of Building (AIB) Queensland Chapter Professional Excellence in Building Award in the project management category for his outstanding achievement on the Brisbane Private Hospital inpatient unit. James was presented the award at the ceremony, held last Friday night at the Pullman Hotel in Brisbane.
As RCP team leader, James oversaw the $55m Brisbane Private Hospital inpatient unit development, designed by dwp|design worldwide partnership and constructed by Cockram. James was responsible for the project from concept design to occupation, guiding the project team to achieve all milestones throughout the complex inner-city redevelopment project, which was delivered on time and on budget without causing any disruption or closures to the operating hospital.
This is James’ third AIB award win in recent years, following his receipt of the AIB National and Queensland Chapter Professional Excellence in Building Awards for his work on the $230m Gold Coast Private Hospital stage 1 development.
This award also comes following RCP Director, Richard Little receiving the 2019 AIB South Australian Chapter Professional Excellence in Building Award in the project management category for his achievement on the $50m St Andrew’s Hospital eastern clinical development in Adelaide.
These awards demonstrate RCP’s strength in the project management of health sector developments, with our leadership and experience resulting in successful outcomes being achieved on numerous complex projects in operational hospitals across the country.
Congratulations to James and the Brisbane Private Hospital inpatient unit project team for their outstanding achievement on this development!